Lab News Archives

  • 02/2017 Nag wins the Robert and Anabel Bruce Travel Award! Congratulations!
  • 02/2017 Rudo’s review paper “In vitro-engineered non-antibody protein therapeutics” has been accepted by Protein & Cell. Job well done!
  • 11/2016 Two papers by former lab members Dongli Guan and Miguel Ramirez are published in Methods in Molecular Biology. The papers can be accessed via the following link! Nice job! http://www.springer.com/gb/book/9781493964499?wt_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.BookAuthorCongrat
  • 11/2016 Graduate student Gunhye Lee gave an excellent oral presentation entitled “Engineering Click-Protein Hydrogel for Tissue Engineering” at the 2016 AIChE Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Job well done!
  • 09/2016 Zhilei is promoted to Associate Professor with tenure! Thank you to all the former and present members of my lab, our collaborators and everyone who supported my academic career! This would not have been possible without your hard work and support!
  • 07/2016 Zhilei is awarded an R21 grant from NIH to engineer designed ankyrin repeat proteins to neutralize the toxicity of C. difficile secreted toxin, which has the potential to offer a fresh antibiotic-free approach to treat C. difficile infection.
  • 07/2016 Lizy Yu joined the lab as a new graduate student. Welcome!
  • 06/2016 Zhilei received an HIHR grant from the CPRIT foundation. This project, in collaboration with Prof. Luc Berghman, aims to develop a new technology for the engineering of chicken antibodies against human cancer receptors.
  • 06/2016 Rudo Simeon returned the Chen lab as a postdoc. Welcome!
  • 05/2016 Farewell to Ana. She will be missed!
  • 11/2015 Ana and Nag presented their posters at the CPRIT conference in Austin. Good job!
  • 05/2015 Ana’s paper is accepted by Biotechnology and Bioengineering. Congratulations!
  • 03/2015 Mehak accepted an offer from biotech company Pfenex! We will miss you!
  • 01/2015 Dongli’s paper is accepted by Chem Communication. Congratulations!
  • 09/2014 New beginning! We moved our lab to the College of Medicine in the School of Public Health Building!